The monsoon brings relief from the heat, but it can also bring eye troubles like conjunctivitis. Let's explore some common mistakes to avoid for healthy eyes during the rainy season.

Germs and bacteria spread easily during monsoons. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water to prevent them from reaching your eyes and causing infections.

Rainwater can harbor harmful microorganisms. Avoid using it to wash your face or eyes. Be cautious while walking in the rain to avoid getting splashed in the

Conjunctivitis is contagious. Avoid sharing personal items like towels, handkerchiefs, or eye makeup with others, as it can easily spread the infection.

Protect your eyes from dust, wind, and rain by wearing sunglasses or eye shields. This helps reduce irritation and the risk of infections.

Rubbing itchy eyes can worsen irritation and spread germs further. Use a cool compress or artificial tears instead to soothe your eyes.

Stagnant water bodies can be breeding grounds for bacteria. Avoid swimming in lakes, ponds, or unclean pools during the monsoon to protect your eyes.

If you experience redness, itching, discharge, or any unusual discomfort in your eyes, don't hesitate to consult a doctor. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for a speedy recovery.

If you wear contact lenses, ensure proper hygiene. Clean and store them according to  instructions to avoid eye infections.

If you wear contact lenses, ensure proper hygiene. Clean and store them according to  instructions to avoid eye infections.